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Newsletter 81 - Spring 2024 

Roof structure of a dovecote

A view of the roof structure of a dovecote in Warsash (see the article in the Historic Buildings Section)

Contents General editor Dick Selwood  

 
From the President Mike Fulford
Introduction  
   
Archaeology Section Editor, David Allen
Archaeology Section Conference, 18 November 2023: ‘What we’ve done and what we’ve found’ Jan Bristow & Philippa Harrap

Dr Malcolm Lyne FSA 1943 - 2023

Dave Allen
Banvus at Brockenhurst Anthony King
The significance of the Battle of Meretun, 22 March 871 Gavin Bowie
   
Historic Buildings Section Editor, Bill Fergie
Editorial

Bill Fergie

Graffiti Survey at St Andrew’s Church, Timsbury Karen Wardley
A Tudor Fireplace from Bell Street, Romsey Francis J Green
A Mystery Dovecot in a Suburban Garden in Warsash

Bill Fergie

   
Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
Hugh Laner, Curate and Vicar of Odiham, 1541-75:his life and work through the period of the Reformation Mary Bennett
Edith Ellen Mitchell, Basingstoke’s First Female Poor Law Guardian, 1896-1904 Roger Ottewill
Sir Henry Seymour and the Priest: Truth and Fiction Chris Corcoran
Hampshire Record Office: Some Recent Additions to the Archives Sarah Farley
Book Reviews
   
Landscape Section Editor, Dawn Cansfield
Editorial
Dawn Cansfield
Stokes Bay, Gosport - a seascape rich in history Mike Broderick
The Geology of Hampshire: The Cretaceous Mike Broderick
The Meres Ponds in Hambledon, Catherington: A Re-evaluation Hàìghlèàgh Winslade
Botanising in the Hampshire landscape Barry Shurlock
   
In The Back Section Editor, Dick Selwood
Possible Hampshire Museums Closures  
VCH News
The Pilgrims’ Way  

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